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From "Ruwan Linton (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (SYNAPSE-251) Synapse fails to handle the fault process properly
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2008 05:29:24 GMT


Ruwan Linton commented on SYNAPSE-251:

OK, now I got the issue correctly.

Well, this is an acceptable scenario (basically the issue resides on the non standard POX
fault it self). There is no standard on sending a Fault through POX, so there is no way that
we can detect whether this is an application message or a fault message unless through the
HTTP status code, which will not be there for a JMS message? So I think this we can not handle

Then if you look at the vise versa, that is sending a POX message to synapse and convert that
to SOAP to talk to server, this also wrong and can be fixed. So I have fixed that path :).

If you want a pox message to be converted to a SOAPFault then you have to do it through configuration
by checking whether a specific error element is present or not. I think this makes sense.

> Synapse fails to handle the fault process properly
> --------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SYNAPSE-251
>                 URL:
>             Project: Synapse
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 1.1.1
>         Environment: Ubuntu7.04, JDK1.5.0_14
>            Reporter: Evanthika Amarasiri
>            Assignee: Ruwan Linton
> Following scenarios were tried out
> Scenario 1 - Sending a POX request to the server
> ==============================
> 1. Create a configuration as below
>    <sequence name="xslt_transfom_sequence" onError="fault">
>         <in>
>             <xslt key="xslt_for_request"/>
>             <send>
>                 <endpoint>
>                     <address uri="http://[host]:[port]/services/invalid_service" format="pox"/>
>                 </endpoint>
>             </send>
>         </in>
>         <out>
>             <send/>
>         </out>
>     </sequence>
> 2. Send a SOAP request  from the client and convert it into a POX message before sending
to the server.
> 3. Since the service URL does not exist it will return a SOAP fault but since a POX message
is sent to the server, the fault returned should also be POX. But actually it just sends back
an exception and not a POX fault.
> Scenario 2 - Sending a REST request to the server
> ==============================
> Similarly when a REST request is sent it just sends an error and not a REST fault
> Therefore seems that Synapse cannot process faults properly

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